Sep 07, 2017gourmetreviewCaribbean38
i just subscribe to your channel love it
lol—boy iah love u bad bad———-boom———bring dat dish boy————lol———-much love from dis trini
feeling hungry here. ..i love this!
Wow quick and simple
I'm Jamaican an my mother teach me to cook pepper shrimp with ketchup and lime juice and I still do people always love it….maadd
love the pepper shrimp but I probably won't use a lot of peppers thanks
lawdddd the pepper fresh if you cough when it hit heat lol
FANTASTIC — Hot, Hot, Hot. — Rick J.
I'm not a pepper fan so pepper is out for me
Chris I love all your videos U are amazing..I wish if U was my husband.😶
Hi Chris love your cooking ideas shrimps look mouth watering no pun intended the heat hint hint, can you do one on curry chicken if you get the time great ideas nice to see brothers in the kitchen.
Do I serve it rice n peas or something else?
I recently found coconut oil at my favorite discount grocery store for just $2.50 for 16 ounces. I like the difference in flavor between it and the olive oil I usually use. The brand I found is usually $17.
only a trini could handle that boy that is pepper!!!!
Gosh this looks amazing…I think I could get the aroma from here…will definitely try this but with one pepper
Do you really eat all the peppers as well?
I wish to see a Nopales recipe alla Chris style
Chris that looks great
Chris u are bad to the bone spice it man
You don't have to correct yourself man, your viewers know what you mean. Lol Different variations to making this varies by island and country. Called fungi (fungee) in the Virgin Islands and served with boiled fish and gravy. It's tiring to stir it as it thickens. Switch hands and you'll be okay.
Tried this recipe today and have to say 👌👌👌👌👌
Just tried your recipe…came out perfect n delicious…thanks for sharing
I've been looking all over finally found the recipe I could agree with
I grew up in Antigua and this is fungi for us. I love our fungi, but I never thought to add all the seasonings you did. Making this tonight.
Only a trini would go in with coconut milk. Holy crap man you been in Canada too damn long !!!!!!
Great recipe. Tried for da first time this evening. It came out perrrrrfect…Thanks
Your recipe is…. polenta…. caribbean style, with ocra and coconut milk….
I lived in Washington, DC, my boss was an extremely intelligent lady who was from Tobago.
I wish I had your stove!! Fantastic!!
fungi , I wet my corn meal before turning it, it's much easier keeps the lumps away and as soon as it's well turned in I put a little orchra water cover the pot over low heat and let it boil a while before turning it several more times. I've add spinach to mines also great first pot food babies
Omg!! I didn't know this was cornmeal. I used to hate eating this. It looks delicious now.
Your vey good, fast informative fun to watch
next time mix corn meal in cold water to avoid lumps n cut back on hard work mixing then add to list liquid
This is almost like corn meal fufu with okro…both a thickener:) Hmmm…generating ideas:) Thanx Chris!
Hi Chris. Just wondering if I could use frozen okra for this recipe?
hahhahahaha Good job Chris ! Had me cracking up.Where is the finish product? It would be nice if it was displayed.
i love cou cou man a bit to much have to say
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Me is saleem chaliyathodika's daughter I tried the recipe all say that good...
I never had those, but they look so yummy ! I must make this...
Can you use egg whites instead of regular eggs??